1. Visual Highlights

Jon Holden, videographer

Max Richter (b. 1966), Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi – The Four Seasons – Spring 1

Performed by

Tim Fain (USA), violin solo
Festival Strings directed by Roland Peelman
Veronique Serret, violin and leader
Orava Quartet: Daniel Kowalik, David Dalseno, Thomas Chawner, Karol Kowalik
Pietra Quartet: Anna Da Silva Chen, Ben Tjoa, Justin Julian, Miles Mullin-Chivers
Peter Clarke, violin
Jessica Oddie, violin
Helena Popovic, violin
James Wannan, viola
Jacqueline Dossor, double bass

Live recording from CIMF 2018, Concert 4: Four Seasons
8:00 pm, Saturday 28 April, 2018
Fitters’ Workshop, Canberra

Recorded by Don Bate for ABC Classic

Artists and Venues Pictured

Fitters Workshop, Kingston
National Carillon
Claire Edwardes, gong, melodica and toy piano
Parliament House
National Arboretum Village Centre
Wiliam Barton, didgeridoo
Richard GIll, conductor
Rohan Dasika, double bass
James Turrell Skyspace ‘Within without’ 2010, National Gallery of Australia
Luminescence Chamber Singers
High Court of Australia
Combined Festival Choirs
National Museum of Australia
William Yang, narrator
Will Morrison, guitar
China Orient Orchestra, Beijing
James Morrison, trumpet
Lisa Moore, piano
The Song Company dir. Anthony Pitts
Canberra Airport Atrium
Ensemble Offspring
Gordon Darling Hall, National Portrait Gallery

Magdalenna Krstevska, clarinet
Ben Hoadley, bassoon
Tom Fell, saxophone
Kingston Foreshore Precinct
Festival Sinfonietta dir. Roland Peelman
Festival Stings
Anna Da Silva Chen, violin
Orava Quartet
Ned McGowan, flute
Alexandre Da Costa, violin
Andrey Lebedev, guitar
Marco Beasley, voice
Aaron Chen, smokestack piano
Ken Unsworth, Smokestack Piano, Canberra Glassworks
Tambuco Percusiones
Rainer Saville, trumpet
Simón Bolívar String Quartet
Shu-Cheen Yu, soprano
Roger Woodward, piano
Ned McGowan, contrabass flute
Bach Akademie Australia with Tobias Cole, countertenor
Kate Howden, mezzo-soprano
Benjamin Bagby, voice and Celtic harp
Tim Fain, violin

Mt Stromlo Observatory, ANU Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics
Alex Raupach, trumpet
Oğuz Mülayim, ney
Embassy of the Republic of Turkey
Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier, singer-songwriters
Bree van Reyk, percussion
James Nightingale, saxophone
National Botanic Gardens
Mr Tim and the Fuzzy Elbows, children’s performers
Fletcher Cox, trumpet
Canberra Glassworks
Seven Harp Ensemble dir. Alice Giles
Simone Vallerotonda, theorbo
Kate Moore, 2015 composer-in-residence
Joseph Tawadros, oud
James Tawadros, bendir
Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia
Anna Fraser, soprano
Grand Stair, Nishi Building
Nigel Crocker, trombone
National Library of Australia
Claire Edwardes, vibraphone

2. Brenda Gifford, Gambambarawaraga

 Concert 1 - Gala Opening.

Brenda Gifford (b. 1968), Gambambarawaraga
World premiere performance

Performed by

Tim Fain (USA), violin
William Barton, didgeridoo
Ned McGowan (USA/Netherlands), flute, contrabass flute
Susanna Borsch (Germany), recorder
Hugh Barrett, piano
Brendan Clarke, double bass
Mark Sutton, percussion
Turner Trebles and Vocal Fry, children’s choirs

Live recording from CIMF 2018, Concert 1: Opening Gala
7:30 pm, Friday 27 April, 2018
Fitters’ Workshop, Canberra

Recorded by Ralph Lane OAM
Photograph by Peter Hislop

3. Robert Davidson, Stalin’s Piano

Robert Davidson, Stalin’s Piano
Premiered at CIMF 2017

Performed by
Sonya Lifschitz, piano and live narration

Premiered at CIMF 2017, Concert 5: Stalin’s Piano
2:00 pm, Sunday 30 April, 2017
James O. Fairfax Theatre, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Video documentation of Sydney performance
City Recital Hall Angel Place
7:30 pm, 15 March 2018

4. Mary Finsterer, Ignis

 Concert 8. From the Letter to the Law.

Mary Finsterer (b. 1962), Ignis for viola d’amore and cello
APRA/AMCOS Art Music Awards Instrumental Work of the Year 2019 - World premiere performance

Performed by
James Wannan, viola d’amore
Christopher Pidcock, cello

Premiered at CIMF 2018, Concert 8: From the Letter to the Law
Monday 30 April, 2018
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra

Recorded by CIMF
Tuesday 1 May 2018
Fitters Workshop

Recording Engineer Ralph Lane OAM
Photograph by Peter Hislop

5. Franz Schubert, Quintet in A Major “The Trout” D667

 Concert 19. The Trout

Franz Schubert (1797–1828), Quintet in A Major “The Trout” D 667 – III. Scherzo: Presto
Performance on historic instruments

Performed by

Keiko Shichijo (Japan/Netherlands), fortepiano (Graf, Vienna 1812)
Cecilia Bernardini (Italy/Netherlands), classical violin
James Wannan, classical viola
Daniel Yeadon, classical cello
Jacqueline Dossor, classical double bass

Live recording from CIMF 2018, Concert 19: The Trout
3:00 pm, Saturday 5 May, 2018
Fitters’ Workshop, Canberra
Recorded by Tim Lamble (ArtSound FM)

Photograph by William Hall